Friday, March 10, 2017

"The Forest Sleeps" - a bookwrap

Everyone must end their day by shutting down and going into sleep mode to reboot themselves for the new day coming that's called tomorrow.  I think you will really enjoy today's book.


"The Forest Sleeps"

Authored by Calee M. Lee
Illustrated by Erin Sunshine Kenna

Available in ebook and paperback editions
Available March 1st
Ages 1-4

Unwrapping some adorable illustrations...

About the book...

This charming, gentle, bedtime story allows the tiny reader a peek as to how a variety of forest animals go to sleep at night.  After each detailed picture of the animals snuggling into their beds the words, "sleep tight" is whispered to each.  

The illustrations are sweet and detailed drawing your wee one into the story.  The vocabulary is simple and has some repetitive words  making the story very interactive and enabling word recognition. 

The book contains true facts delivered both by words and by adorable imagery.  The mood of the book is tranquil and calming making it a perfect choice for a bedtime read.  

Storywraps rating... 5 HUGS !!!!!

About the author...

CALEE M. LEE loves forest walks, city bakeries and 3-book weekends. She is the author of more than 15 children’s books and the owner of more than she cares to count. She lives with her husband, 2 children, and Catty the cat in Southern California.

About the illustrator...

Erin Sunshine Kenna is a children’s illustrator based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Growing up as the oldest of five kids, Sunshine became fond of children’s books and developed a love for creating art.  She attended Savannah College of Art and Design, earning a BFA in illustration.  Her time at SCAD helped her develop a playful style and body of work.  Her experiences working as a children’s art educator as well as a jewelry designer’s assistant have also influenced her work.   She is fond of reading, animals, and exploring nature.  

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